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Washington, D.C. is the classroom at the American Studies Program. Students live eight blocks from the U.S. Capitol and Supreme Court and within walking distance of historic Eastern Market, Union Station, and the National Mall. ASP students have the unique privilege of diving into a network of internship opportunities and mentoring relationships which have been built up over nearly four decades. Along with the critical internship component of the program, students choose a track of courses centering on either public policy or global development and leave ASP with up to sixteen credit hours of well-earned academic and work experience.
DBU Contact: Monica Hardy, Academic Dean's Office email@example.com
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